These little,or maybe I should say Micro geese blocks took me much longer than anticipated! Each block measures in at 1 1/2" x 2 1/2 "unfinished!
Here are some of the little guys all flying around on my design board :)
Check out this gaggle of baby honkers! I ended up making more than required for the row(not sure how that happened) so plan on using the extras for the back of the quilt.
About half an hour before I went outside to snap a few photos of these little guys,it was blowing and snowing like crazy! When I got outside,there was barely a whisper of a breeze,and it had quit snowing.
My plan was to get a shot of my baby geese getting in some flying practice! This was the best I could do. You can just see some snow dust on the steps at the right of the photo :)
Back inside,where it is toasty a toasty 65(our high temp today was 28)! Here are all five rows that I have completed so far. Row 6 is up,so I need to get busy on it,although it should go a lot quicker since it is the same size as the apples and butterflies :)
I also finally finished up my fall Rock Garden flag today :) Of course I had to add some geese and since I was on a roll with the babies,that is what is flying across the bottom of the flag!
The backside is a patchwork print in fun fall colors :) Just had time to snap these photos before dusk crept in on us.
This is one of two blocks I made for quilts for victims of Sandy,it is a disappearing 4 patch.
The second one,the fabric requested was florals,with a print that would read as a solid. This was the first time making this block,but won't be the last :)
Now I am going to try and get a couple blocks done for Karen over at Hazel Dell Quilts These will be Wonky Scrappy Log Cabin blocks,if you have a few minutes why not whip up a couple yourself?
Hope everyone has had a wonderful weekend with at least a little sewing thrown in :) Don't forget tomorrow is my day to post for the UR Priceless Blog Hop so stop in to see my cute little coin purses!